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Crispiest stuffed bread box with a delicious beef filling in it… All you can hear is the cracking crispy sound of this snack, it’s super-duper crispy. I’m not kidding. It’s the batter that’s used for coating the sandwich that has made this snack crispy. I’ve used beef filling, you can add any kind of filling of your choice. Cooking...

Kerala chicken puffs with homemade chicken filling, delicious evening snack… A crispy and flaky snack that can be made effortlessly. If you have the store-bought puff pastry, making this snack is super easy. The chicken filling can be made ahead of time and stored in the fridge & the freezer for a few weeks. The chicken filling can be replaced with ground...

Chicken filling that can be used for making many snacks… Let’s make our cooking easier during Ramadan. For Iftar, everyone likes to enjoy some kind of snack, especially kids.. Making everything from scratch everyday can be tiresome. If we plan ahead cooking gets more easier. I’d already shared the collection of snacks that you can make during Ramadan....

Popcorn popped in the Instant Pot, ready in just 5 minutes… Yet another reason to love and embrace Instant Pot. Making popcorn from scratch is a breeze now. I was super excited to make the popcorn in the Instant pot. All I had to do was melt the coconut oil and butter, saute the corn kernels for a minute, cover the pot with a glass lid and then watch the popping...

A healthy snack using chickpeas that’s rich in protein and fiber made in the Instant Pot… Yes, I’m still obsessed with Instant Pot and have been making a lot of dishes in it. The other day, I cooked chickpeas in the Instant Pot. I didn’t even soak the chickpeas in water, I added the dried chickpeas in the instant pot along with water and cooked...

Onion Samosa, a popular street snack in Hyderabad… These are also called Irani samosas as they are sold in Irani cafes and tea shops. Onion samosas are also sold at most college and hospital canteens in Kerala. I’ve had these from my college canteen, tasted so crispy and the onion filling was delicious that I ended up having many in one sitting. These...

Ghee roasted plantain, vermicelli, coconut, egg and cashew nuts, combined together to make this incredibly delicious cutlets… I’ve posted many recipes using plantain as I’m a die hard fan of plantain. So glad that plantains are always available at the Canadian grocery store that I shop every week. I try to make something different out of plantains...

  Mutta Surka- Fried savoury rice and egg snacks… In Spring and in Fall, most days can be gloomy and rainy. On rainy days, I get the craving to have fried snacks, especially Kerala snacks. In Kerala, it’s quite a normal routine to serve some kind of snacks along with tea in the evening. Yesterday, it had been drizzling the whole day. I worked from home...

Crunchy South Indian snack made with rice flour and gram flour or besan… Yesterday, I had a craving for murukku, so I went ahead and made it. It turned crunchy and I felt really good. I’d tried making murukku twice before- once with rice flour and urad dal flour and the second time I added beetroot puree to the rice flour. Both kinds turned out great....

Crispy Kale fritters or pakoras, perfect as an evening snack with a cup of cardamom tea… Kale has been one of my staple greens, I add them to my salads, curries, smoothies, couscous, Kerala style thoran or kale stir fry with grated coconut, scrambled eggs etc etc…The other day, I made fritters or pakoras out of kale and I loved how crispy and crunchy...